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Featured Traveler of the Month – Wendy Walston

    featured traveler of the month Wendy Walston

    Featured Traveler of the Month – Wendy Walston

    Our featured traveler of the month Wendy Walston! Wendy is on her 3rd assignment with Host. She is a joy to work with and always has the absolute best attitude. We are so lucky to have her part of the Host Healthcare family. ? See her answers and pictures on assignment below!

    Q: If you could have one super power what would it be and why?

    A: If I had a super power it would probably be the power to heal. To help others stay with their families longer.

    Q: What has been your favorite experience since you have been traveling?

    A: I love meeting new people. It’s so great to see new things and meet new people every assignment.

    Q: What has been one of your favorite places/spots you have visited while on assignment?

    A: My favorite place, so far, was Ely, NV. The nicest people all in one one place! A town full of American history. The railroad, mines, pioneers, ranchers. It’s a great place.

    Q: What made you want to try travel nursing?

    A: As I mentioned I love meeting new people. I also love it’s only for a contract lol. As a travel nurse, I get to see and do things they’ve never seen or done before and that’s exciting. Not to mention there is always great food to try!!

    Q: What was one thing you were scared of before your first assignment and how did you combat that?

    A: Hmmmm. I’m not afraid of much, but I think it would have to be not knowing where supplies are in the emergency department. So I spend time everyday looking in cabinets, drawers, and rooms until I memorize where everything’s at.

    Q: What is your guilty pleasure after a long day at work?

    A: My guilty pleasure isn’t so guilty… I take my German Shepherd, Abby, out for a run and I love to read and sleep.

    Q: What is one word that sums up your recruiter, Maison?

    A: Maison is down to earth! Helpful! Always there… “Supportive” is a good one!